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and the nfl says they withheld information about the risks of brain damage. he was 46 when he killed himself and he played 20 seasons with the dolphins and patriots. the national institutes of health shows signs of a degenerative brain disease linked to concussion. >>> and security on play station network, britain is asking them to pay after a hacker broke into the network nearly two years ago. that left information vulnerable and they called the case one of the most serious ever reported if that country. >>> 6:48 let's go back over to sal, we are keeping an eye on the whole bay area, it has been good >> >> one thing i worry about when it is wet outside is more collisions. we have some slow traffic out there though and we will start off with a look at the peninsular. the drive time between 380 and 90 remains and across the bay from 238 down to union city, that will get thicker so we will start checking that drive time soon. looking at 880 heading north out of oakland, there are no major delays and when you get to san francisco, about a 10 minute delay at the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is
the world series. that will not happen with the super bowl because the nfl does not allow public viewing parties. that will not stop a lot of niner fans from having celebrations of their own. this was a scene of chopper 2 after people took to the streets. mayor ed lee is asking that places serving hard liquor be a little more responsible. >> to suggest that they serve something with heavy alcohol. any duration doesn't help. >> reporter: next week the mayor and police chief will visit areas hit by vandals. they will be talking about 450 to 500 officers added to the streets for super bowl sunday. that is lee times the amount of a normal sunday. if that weren't enough fire marshals will also be hitting the streets. >> if it looks like things are getting out of hand or have too much of a crowd in a bar we will close it down. >>> now there is no need to stock up on liquor. the mayor's office wants to stress it's not imposing a ban on hard liquor during a game. coming up we will hear from one local business who says if the mayor's plan is a good one, it's not easy to implement. >> remember to
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